Personal Numerology delineates the numbers found in the name and birth date. It casts light on a person’s destiny, major tasks, talents, skills and life cycles in a way that shows the whole sweep of a lifetime in a few pages. At the end, there’s a close-up view of the year, month and day numbers for any two-year period that you specify.
This expanded, completely revised Windows version has all-new introductory material, lucky numbers for each current month, optional master numbers above 22, discussions of the weekday of birth and the first vowel in the name, and two years, rather than one, of current progressed numbers. It also has a picture and discussion of the Tarot card corresponding to the name-date total, and suggestions for using the Tarot to carry the numerology reading further. These additions, plus a fuller, more flowing text, expand the average report to 15 or more pages.
Personal Numerology is also more customizable than ever. You can choose Pythagorean, Chaldean or your own letter-number equivalents, reduce the birth date in 5 different ways, calculate life-cycle lengths by 3 different methods, choose when to treat Y and W as vowels, select whatever sections you want to include–and, of course, rewrite the text as you please.
Personal Numerology gives a new slant not provided by astrology, and it has special market potential because it needs no time or place of birth.
“The total of the day, month and year of your birth is called by numerologists the Life Path, Life Lesson, Birth Path, Birth Force or, sometimes, the Destiny number. This number is chosen by nature rather than by you or your parents, and it reflects the season and historical era of your birth. As its names suggest, it shows your mission in life, your life work and what the universe intends for you. It shows the opportunities you must seize in order to make the most of your potential. Following the life path that has been given to you will enable you to avoid continual discord and frustration, and to unfold in the way that is best for your nature. When you find your true place in the world, you will feel at home.”